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The Denver Nuggets defeated the Sacramento Kings Saturday night to garner their 15th consecutive win in a game where Denver had to bring a bit of nasty; along the way, there was a few Kings highlights including DeMarcus Cousins eviscerating Anthony Randolph with one heck of a dunk. Cousins would drive the lane and Randolph would [...]The post DeMarcus Cousins Puts Anthony Randolph On A Poster (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
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YouTube.com At this rate, Jim Ross should just call NBA games. Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins all but buried Denver Nuggets forward Anthony Randolph on Saturday night. Late in the third quarter of the Kings-Nuggets game, Cousins saw daylight between him and the basket and aggressively went for the dunk, clearing out Randolph’s lifeless body in the process. Like DeAndre...
Not often a big guy, Denver's Anthony Randolph here, gets so stuck in no man's land. With Sacramento's DeMarcus Cousins taking advantage with the posterizing pancake.
The Nuggets held off the...
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The Denver Nuggets won their 15th consecutive game Saturday night against the Sacramento Kings, but coach George Karl wasn't happy with his players lackluster performance.
Following the Nuggets' 101-95 victory over the Kings at the Pepsi Center, Karl made it clear he doesn't want to hear his players say they're tired.
KEEP THE KINGS
Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson shared the news that the city has a deal in place to build a new arena that could help them keep the Kings.
When George Karl was asked Saturday if the NBA should get rid of divisions and just have conference standings for the playoffs, he replied ”I’m even crazier than that.” The Nuggets coach would implement a top-16, where the top eight teams from the East and the top eight teams from the West would enter a pool seeded according to records. So, the team with the best record would...
His team may have been the latest victim of the Denver Nuggets, but DeMarcus Cousins did succeed in initiating the newest member to the Death by Dunking Support Group--Anthony Randolph.
Danilo Gallinari scored 19 points to lead a balanced attack and the Denver Nuggets extended their winning streak to 15 games with a 101-95 victory over the Sacramento Kings on Saturday night.
Kenneth Faried had 17 points and nine rebounds for the Nuggets, who have won a franchise-best 17 straight at home.
And they did it while Ty Lawson (right heel) and Wilson Chandler (shoulder...
A fourth investor has reportedly joined the bid to save the Sacramento Kings.
The Denver Nuggets and the Miami Heat are the first two teams in NBA history who have simultaneously winning streaks of at least 13 games, and while the brunt of the focus of the attention has been placed on Miami’s INSANE 25-game winning streak, here’s a list of things that has happened since the Denver Nuggets [...]The post 14 Things That Have Happened Since The Denver Nuggets...
It’s a shame the Miami Heat have overshadowed what the Denver Nuggets are doing. If the Heat weren’t chasing down an NBA record for consecutive wins, we’d all be talking about the Nuggets a lot more.
Denver is currently on a 15-game win streak, which is extremely impressive when you consider: A) how bad the Nuggets have played on the road up to this point (11-19 before the...
You can forgive basketball fans for sleeping on the Denver Nuggets with March Madness and the Miami Heat stealing all of the headlines. But with Denver pushing their franchise-best winning streak to 15 games this weekend, it’s time for basketball fans to wake up and take notice.
Neither the Philadelphia 76ers nor the Sacramento Kings will factor into the playoffs this season, as Philadelphia will not qualify for only the second time since 2008 while Sacramento will miss out for the seventh straight season.
But lately, things have looked better for the Kings, while the Sixers keep inching dangerously closer to an all-time franchise mark for road futility...